The request was filed by potential buyer
Officials have said previously that the buyer has indicated that the track portion of the facility could be used for warehousing as a way to generate revenue to support the athletic portion on the complex, although there are no firm plans as of yet to do so.
If at some point in the future the potential buyer wants to utilize any portion of the Spire facility or property for warehousing, the matter would then need to come before the Zoning
Harpersfield Township Trustee Chairman
In November, county commissioners signed off on a Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) agreement that will see Clutter paying
Under the PILOT agreement
The potential buyer has said they intend to assume responsibilities under the PILOT agreement and a sports facility usage agreement with Geneva Local Schools, officials have said.
A variety of local officials who spoke with the Star Beacon previously said they are supportive of the potential buyer and plans for the property.
"Everything is now settled for them to move into the final step of closing on the sale," Kozlowski said.
"They are working on a few items and should close very soon."
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